1963 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie Track listing. For the 1963 Verve LP album, Verve V6-4061. Basie/Eckstine Incorporated (with Billy Eckstine) (1959, Roulette). Strike Up the Band (with Tony Bennett) (1959, Roulette). In Person! (with Tony Bennett) (1959, Columbia). Everyday I Have the Blues (with Joe Williams) (1959, Roulette). The Count Basie Story (1960, Roulette).
28: Billy Eckstine (1914-1993). From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Billy Eckstine could play trumpet, trombone, and guitar, but is mostly remembered for his sonorous, bass-baritone croon, whose forte was pleading romantic ballads. He was also a noted bandleader and, in the early 40s, he helped to nurture the talents of rising beboppers Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis. One of the best jazz singers among contemporary jazz, Chicago-born Elling made his debut album for Blue Note in 1995 and quickly established himself as name to reckon with. Able to scat and improvise with his voice like an instrumentalist, Elling is also an astute interpreter of standards and a writer of strong original material. 1: Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996). In pole position in our list of the 50 best jazz singers of all time is this incomparable chanteuse, originally from Newport News, Virginia.
Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album - Tony Bennett & Bill Evans 43. Black Coffee - Peggy Lee 44. Chris Craft - Chris Connor 4. Michael Buble - Michael Buble 97. Out of The Blue - Carol Sloane 98. The Boy Next Door - Stacey Kent 99. Duologue - Lee Wiley 100. Grand Freddy - Freddy Cole. Greatest Jazz Artists, Greatest Jazz Guitarists, Greatest Jazz Pianists, Greatest Jazz Drummers, Greatest Jazz Bassists, Greatest Jazz Vocalists, Greatest Jazz Vocalist Albums.
Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 - April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer, described by Scott Yanow as having "one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century. Nicknamed "Sailor" (for her salty speech), "Sassy" and "The Divine One", Sarah Vaughan was a Grammy Award winner. The National Endowment for the Arts bestowed upon her its "highest honor in jazz", the NEA Jazz Masters Award, in 1989. From then on she joined Billie and Ella as one of the 3 greatest female Jazz singers who can never be surpassed. Even though she came appeared on the scene after them, in terms of range and technique Sarah stands out though I think Billie is the goat with Ella and Sarah just behind. Miss Myasia2 năm trước. Billy Eckstine - As Time Goes By. lượt xem 174 000. RoundMidnightTV. Sarah Vaughan ft The Bob James Trio - The Shadow Of Your Smile (Live from Sweden) 1967.
William Clarence Eckstine (July 8, 1914 – March 8, 1993) was an American jazz and pop singer, and a bandleader of the swing era. He was noted for his rich, resonant, almost operatic bass-baritone voice. Eckstine's recording of "I Apologize" (MGM, 1948) was awarded the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1999
The Jazz Singers may not be quite what you expected or hoped it to be-no Peggy Lee, Tony Bennett, Al Jarreau, or Dianne Reeves-but it will damn well rock your lil' world. A godsend for fans of pop music in general and jazz in particular. 11. Goin' To Chicago - Joe Williams. 12. She's Got To Go - Ernie Andrews. 13. Never Make Your Move Too Soon - Ernestine Anderson. Stylistically, it presents classic jazz singers like Holiday, Vaughan, and Fitzgerald, Armstrong, and Billy Eckstine to pop/jazz artists like Sinatra (but no Tony Bennett), blues- and gospel-influenced singers (Bessie Smith; Mahalia Jackson) and a variety of singers very loosely associated with jazz: Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, and Al Green!. Of the latter singers, I suppose the producers can co-opt R&B and soul if they want, but to me it's a stretch.
More albums followed throughout the '70s and '80s, many pairing the singer with artists like Basie, Oscar Peterson, and Joe Pass, among others. While diabetes affected her eyes and heart during this period, forcing her to take breaks from performing, Fitzgerald always retained her joyful style, and exuberant sense of swing. In the decades following her death, Fitzgerald's reputation as one of the most influential and recognizable figures in jazz and popular music only increased. She remains a household name around the world, and has received a number of posthumous accolades, including four Hall of Fame Grammys and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.